Monday, February 19, 2007

North American Union "Conspiracy", any truth??

Accuracy in Media Exposes North American Union "Conspiracy"
February 19, 2007

Accuracy in Media has released a new report examining charges that a former Carter Administration official is behind a sinister campaign to create a North American Union that will submerge American sovereignty in a trilateral entity consisting of the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The report is available at

The report was prepared by Cliff Kincaid, editor of Accuracy in Media, who attended a February 16 conference on the subject of developing a North American legal system. Kincaid concludes that the evidence clearly indicates "that a comprehensive process is underway to merge the economies, and perhaps the social and political systems, of the three countries."

AIM attended the conference in order to shed light on a process that is being conducted largely beyond the scrutiny of the public or the Congress, and which has been generally ignored by the major U.S. media.

The report is also based, in part, on Kincaid's interview of American University's Robert Pastor, the former Carter Administration official depicted by some as the main organizer of the "conspiracy" to establish a North American Union. Pastor's Center for North American Studies sponsored the conference and Pastor was a featured speaker. Kincaid commented, "The 'conspiracy' is now very much out in the open, if only the media would pay some attention to it."

The Kincaid report examines how the Clinton and Bush Administrations have laid the groundwork for what Pastor calls the North American "entity."

Kincaid is now challenging the media to report on how a North American Union, or "North American Community," as Pastor also calls it, could result in the destruction of American sovereignty and the alteration of U.S. domestic laws and traditions on such matters as abortion, homosexual rights and the death penalty.

Accuracy in Media (AIM) is a non-profit, grassroots citizens' watchdog of the news media that critiques botched and bungled news stories and sets the record straight on important issues that have received slanted coverage. For more information, please visit


Mark said...

A quick look at will tell any moderately astute observer to take its "findings" and "analysis" with a very large grain of salt.